The Salon's recent events have averaged between 50 and 1,200 guests, with listings, photo galleries, segments and editorial press from major news outlets as well as international press and coverage from the blogoshphere. These include:

Time Out NY (Oct 2016)
"Were you a flapper or a dandy in a past life (or did you just buy some killer Gatsby-esque vintage duds that you've been dying to find an excuse to wear)? Then go where both the roaring '20s and the dead come back to life at The Salons annual retro nouveau (Halloween) bash: three floors and three different strains of throwback music (swing, blues, and hot jazz), provided by both live bands and DJs for all you ghouls in monocles and demons in sequin dresses to boogie down to."

The New York Times (Feb 2016) 
The hedonistic frenzy of the Jazz Age can still be experienced today in high style at The Salon, a weekly speakeasy-style party at the Gansevoort Park Rooftop (“Prohibition Saturdays”), as well as a monthly “Big Band First Friday.” It attracts a dapper Gatsby-esque crowd, many of whom are afi- cionados of swing dancing and arcane steps like the Lindy Hop. The revelry continues at special events like the New York Hot Jazz Festival on May 3, when 16 bands, 8 solo pianists and a total of more than 130 musicians offer 12 hours of jazz. Among the stars of the shebang are Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks, who played on HBO’s ’20s drama “Boardwalk Empire.”

Flavorpill (April 2015)
"Five days after the premiere of MAD MEN's final season, vintage fete The Salon throws a bash likely to be the most envied of all the send-off parties for the show. Through some dark magic they got their hands on the unopened antique 1960s booze bottles used as props on set... there's more than enough for a full night of Draper-worthy cocktails."

The New York Times (Feb 2015) 
GOING ‘MAD’ (1960s) - Madison Avenue has never been more in fashion thanks to the hit AMC series “Mad Men,” and on April 10 the Salon is hosting a party dedicated to the show at the Player’s Club, the atmospheric actor’s refuge on Gramercy Park once frequented by Edwin Booth and Mark Twain. Live bands will feature music from the era, and the cocktails will be “antique” — using actual spirits that were appar- ently used on the “Mad Men” set and purchased directly from the network. “Imagine drinking a Manhattan made from 50-year-old rye,” mused Patrick Soluri, the event’s organizer.

The New York Times (May 2014)
“well-turned-out young couples danced among the crowd. It was about 11 hours into the second New York Hot Jazz Festival, and the energy was far from flagging... In case you weren’t aware, these are boom times for throwback jazz in New York City... this movement has lately had an infusion of precocious youth and fresh enthusiasm, with an eager, style-conscious audience to match... ”

Wall Street Journal (Feb 2013)
“If you can't be in New Orleans this week, The Salon is making every effort to capture all the madness and gaiety of the French quarter and deposit it on Delancey Street. Following the format of its highly enjoyable New Year's Eve blowout, the Salon will fill each of the DL's three floors with a different band... highly recommended.” 

Wall Street Journal (June  2012) 
“The Retro Nouveau scene, whose events combine traditional jazz and swing bands with social dancing, vintage costumes, burlesque and vaudeville, reaches its pinnacle in summer... the biggest event in Manhattan is the July 4 Spectacular..” 

Wall Street Journal  (June  2011) 
"The three bands alone make it worth your while to skip the Hamptons for this event..." 

Time Out NY  ( 2010/11) 
Critics' Pick / Best of the Week
“Four of Gotham's top retro-minded posses... team up for a vintage-style Independence Day blowout on the Empire Hotel's rooftop...”

NY Post
"Break out that pair of suspenders you've been hiding..."

"A little bit of classical American everything..."